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Making Payment Instructions – Sample Letter Templates

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Introduction

If you want to make payment instructions to your bank, or if you want to withdraw permission for companies to take money using recurring card payments, we have free letters templates you can use. These letters will make giving payment instructions easy!

Ask Your Bank to Pay Particular Bills Out of your Account

The first right of appropriation states that you have a legal right to tell the bank what to do with your money. This means you can request that they use your money to pay bills and essential expenses, which must be legally honoured. The bank must execute your request even when they want to take money from you, such as when they are trying to recover money for an overdraft. 

If you are struggling with an overdraft but need to use money in your account to pay bills, use this free letter template to ask the bank to make a payment on your account. They can’t say no!

Ask Your Bank to Pay Particular Bills Out of your Account

Withdraw Your Continuous Payment Authority from Payday Loan Company

Many PayDay loan companies will use a Continuous Payment Authority to take repeat payment from your bank card (rather than using a direct debit). You have the right to withdraw your authorisation from the loan provider to take payments from your card using this method. To do this effectively and to save time, download our free letter template and ask them to stop instantly. 

Withdraw Your Continuous Payment Authority from Payday Loan Company

Withdraw Your Continuous Payment Authority from Your Card Issuer

You might prefer to withdraw your permission of the Continuous Payment Authority from your bank instead. Use this letter to ask your bank to stop any future payments to be taken from your card. You might want to send both letters to make double sure that no more payments are taken from your bank card using a Continuous Payment Authority.

Withdraw Your Continuous Payment Authority from Your Card Issuer

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